Election Information

 

NOVEMBER 8, 2016 UNOFFICIAL RESULTS



Election Links
A Voter's Guide to Voting:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eHp_adqcETw

Verify Voter Registration

To verify your registration status, click on the link below for the Michigan Voter Information Center. You can also view a sample ballot, find your polling location, or monitor the status of your absentee ballot application and ballot.

MICHIGAN VOTER INFORMATION CENTER

 

 

 *Reminder  PA 523 of 2012 - requires that you will need to provide photo ID when registering to vote or requesting an absentee
ballot in person
 

Election News
Michigan passed a nine-bill election package that went into effect on January 1, 2005.  All local school districts, including intermediate and community college districts, as well as village elections will be administered by Michigan's county, city and township clerks.
One result of the consolidation is that we will have (4) days per year that regular elections can be held on: the fourth Tuesday in February and the first Tuesday after the first Monday in May, August and November.  Exceptions are provided for:
  • Special elections called under the State Constitution by the Governor and the State Legislature; and
  • School districts, intermediate school districts and community college districts that wish to present a millage proposal, bond proposal or proposal to borrow funds on a date other than one of the four "fixed" election dates.

Early in April you should receive a new voter identification card.  It will only show one voting location for you to vote at.  Check your card carefully as some voting locations have changed.

 
District Map (Click Map to Enlarge)

 

Polling Precincts
Pct. 1
Bruce Township Hall
223 East Gates
Romeo, MI 48065
Pct. 3
Orchards Community Church
74903 McKay Rd.
Romeo, MI 48065
 
Pct. 2
Romeo Community Center
361 Morton
Romeo, MI 48065
Pct. 4
Orchards Community Church
74903 McKay Rd.
Romeo, MI 48065


Where do we register to vote?
You may register to vote at the Clerk's office during office hours or at any Secretary of State Office.


Who can vote Absentee?
Anyone may vote absentee by submitting an application with your full name, address, and the reason you need to vote by absentee, some of the reasons are as follows:
  • 60 years of age or older
  • Expect to be absent from the community on Election Day
  • You are physically unable to attend the polls
You must sign and date the application in order for us to provide you with a ballot.

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS CONCERNING ELECTIONS PLEASE CONTACT SUSAN BROCKMANN, CLERK AT (586) 752-4585.